The Cushion Foundation Trend And How To Embrace It

The world of make-up lovers is a fairy tale world full of new launches and fabulous products. Prob any woman and her dream would be a radiant complexion and a flawless luminous finish. And any product that promises her that is instantly elevated to her "must-have" list. One of the big trends in recent years that came out of Korea- Cushion Foundations are fast becoming a rage world over. Even across India, Cushion foundations entered the beauty scene and gained instant popularity.We at Fashion Tourist took some time to warm upto the trend but started loving it from the first application. Here's more about the Cushion Foundation trend and how to embrace it in your make-up routines.

Loving The Finish After Applying Maybelline Cushion Foundation

Cushion foundations come in compact cases, hence are easy to carry anywhere. Imagine carrying a bottle of liquid foundation everywhere and the hassle of applying it on-the-go. Add various sponges or brushes to the mix and it becomes pretty tricky, right? Now imagine a sponge soaked with the formula, housed in a compact case that helps avoid spillage. Ah, the ease of application is so suitable for fashionistas that are always on the go!

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Many beauty experts from Korea, that has now become an epitome of beauty break-through consider cushion foundations as fusion of skincare and make-up as many come with added benefits like sun protection factor.

My Look With Maybelline Cushion Foundation In Shade Sand

My experience with Cushion Foundation:

The application of cushion foundations helped me achieve a light weight and mess free finish with medium coverage. A concealer was required to conceal dark spots and blemishes. The fresh face finish lasted the whole day with a few touches in-between to combat humidity. The best way to apply cushion foundation is to tap tap into the skin gently with the sponge applicator or you can use a beauty blender. There are now many brands of cushion foundations available in India like Maybelline, Innis Free, Lancome and more. So, when are you trying this trend?


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